||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 35 (Feb)
|| EWHC 66 (Ch)
Mr Jeremy Cousins QC (Sitting as a Deputy Judge of the Chancery Division)
||Lance Ashworth QC (instructed by SGH Martineau LLP, Birmingham) for the claimant.
||Gavin Mansfield QC (instructed by Stewart Law Solicitors) for the first defendant.
||The second and third defendants appeared in person.
||31 January 2014
Practice - Post-trial or pre-judgment relief - Interim injunction - Confidential information - Injunction against disclosure of information - First and second defendants being former employees of claimant company - Claimant bringing claim for equitable compensation or damages for breach of duty for dishonest assistance against former employees - Claimant being granted various injunctions - Claimant applying for injunctions to be continued - Whether application to be granted.
Practice Post-trial or pre-judgment relief. In the course of claims for equitable compensation or damages for breach of duty or dishonest assistance against its former employees (the first and second defendant), the claimant was granted non-compete and confidentiality injunctions. The Chancery Division continued the injunctions against the first defendant, but discharged the confidentiality injunction against the second defendant where there was no evidence that he had breached confidentiality whilst employed with the claimant and where he did not have access to the claimant's confidential information.
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